Get $20 Off Your Next Uber Ride (Includes Existing Customers)

Oct 17, 2016

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Update 10/17/16 5:12pm ET: Uber has now apparently pulled the promo entirely, so even if you managed to register you won’t be getting a free ride. Sorry folks!

Update 10/17/16 4:49pm ET: Unfortunately the $20 off promo is no longer available if you haven’t already signed up.

This deal may only be available to a limited number of customers, and for a limited time. Be sure to register right away to see if you’re eligible.

New Uber customers can often score a free ride (up to $20) by signing up via a referral link (such as TPG’s here), but sometimes we’ve seen promotions for a $20 discount available to existing customers as well. For the time being, even current Uber customers can score a free ride (again, up to $20) by entering promo code uberadl16 on the promotions tab of the app. The promo says that it’s only valid for scheduled rides, but users have reported that it will indeed apply for any ride. This credit appears to be valid in the United States and must be redeemed by December 31, 2016.

If you don’t already have an Uber account, you can sign up here to receive additional free ride (up to $20) from TPG. Also keep in mind that you should sync a credit card with your Uber account that will earn you the greatest return on your ride, such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3x points per dollar on travel.

H/T: Slickdeals

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